“I’ve had my Levy now for 3 months. It is solidly built and functions perfectly. I was pleasantly surprised at how tough the tubeless tires are. They can really take a beating. I’ve been riding 1-4 miles a day and have had no problems. One tip for new owners: because scooter tires are so small, when you measure the air pressure, it can easily release too much of the air. Best to get a pump with a built-in pressure gauge. I’ve been using an electric one.”
“Great scooter. It's affordable, light, and zippy. The scooter has liberated me from having to drive everywhere, or deal with finding a lime or bird scooter. We've only had it a few weeks and have already used it heavily.
If I were to buy another Levy Scooter (which I might) I would purchase the extra battery and the solid tires. The primary rider is just at the scooter's weight limit and doesn't get the advertised range from the battery. I'd guess he's getting around 4-5 miles per charge, hence the need for the extra battery. Also, the tubed tires feel kind of insubstantial compared to the solid tires of a lime scooter. For lots of urban use, I'd recommend the heavier and more rugged ride of a solid tire.”
“Still figuring out some of the setting changes that you can make with this. Not very intuitive out of the box but overall it's been a very helpful thing to have in my life. It has plenty of speed + power. Not very fast uphill but I don't need that for my purpose.
The second scooter I got was the Plus and definitely is a better fit for going more than just 5 miles in a day. I guess you could get the same with this and an extra battery but I don't see the benefit.”